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Com.; sponsor Berger Nat. Found, dinner,
1931; teacher Crane Jr. Coll.; Farmer-
Labor Cand. 1932; Socialist; sec.-treas. Am.
Com. on Inf. about Russia; Am. Fed. of
Teachers; nat. com. A.A.A.I. Lg. 1928;
Chgo. Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; vice pres.
Chgo. L.I.D.; exec. com. Chgo. A.S.C.R.R.;
teacher of Workers Training School, 1933;
exec. bd. Chgo. Fed. of Labor.

HIBBEN, PAXTON: deceased; Erne'
Com. Strik. Rel.; Nat. Com. Prot. Fov
Born Wkrs. 1927; Lab. Def. Coun. 1923;
A.A.A.I. Lg. nat. com. 1928 ; bd. dir. L.I.D.
1927; conducted Am. drive for Russian
Red Cross (of Soviet Govt.) funds;
Friends Soviet Russia ; his photo decorating
grave of John Reed appears in Whitney's
"Reds in America"; Paxton Hibben Mem.
Hosp. Fund Com. formed in his honor after
ashes taken to Russia for burial by Com-

HIBBEN, SHEILA: Emer. Com. So.
Pol. Pris.; signer of letter to Rockefeller
protesting against dismissal of Communist
Diego Rivera.

C.A.W.; N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.; nat. com. W.
I.R. 1929; U.S. Cong. Ag. War; Commu-


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nist; executive of Wkrs. Ex-Service Men's
Lg.; John Reed Club; N.Y.; Revol. Writ-
ers Fed.; A.A.AJ. Lg. protest delg. Wash.
("Upsurge," Sept. 1933).

Prof. Rensselaer Poly. Inst., Troy, N.Y.;
Communist Lg. P. G. for F. & F.; author
"How I came to Communism" (New
Masses, Sept. 1932) ; contrib. "Soviet Rus-
sia Today"; Nat. Com. to Aid Vic. G.
Fascism; chmn. open hearings on farming
evictions at Hilltown, Pa. of Nat. Com.
Def. Pol. Pris., Aug. 1933: book reviewer,
Daily Worker; nat. com. F.S.U., 1933;
"New Masses" staff, 1933.

HIGH, STANLEY: grad. in theology;
mem. M.E. Mission to China 1919-20;
Russ. Reconst. Farms, 1925; Youth Move-
ment Leader; Fed. Coun. Chs.; For. Pol.
Assn.; C.M.E.; co-worker with Brent Dow
Allinson; author of the slogan "Go to
Leavenworth rather than fight," and yet
fought in World War as 2nd Lieut, in avia-
tion corps; said, "I am not so sure but
that the atheism in Russia is a step in the
right direction. . . . We have lost faith in
the church that is servile to the Govern-
ment." (N.D. City Journal, Oct. 17, 1924) ;
proponent of intermixing of races; referred
to Fell. Recon. (youth branch) and Pioneer
Youth of Am. as centers of Youth Move-
ment ; endorser Lane Pamphlet ; former edi-
tor of Christian Herald; contrib. "World
Tomorrow"; bd. dir. and exec. com. World
Peaceways, 1933.

HILLMAN, SIDNEY: dir. Garland Fund
1922-3; was on Def. Com. of I.W.W.; pres.
Amalg. Cloth, Wkrs. of Am. from org. 1914;
pres. and <srg. Russian-Am. Indust. Corp.
from 1922 on; chmn. bd. Amalg. Bank of
New York; dir. Amalg. Tr. & Sav. Bank,
Chgo. since 1922; Lg. Mutual Aid; author
"Reconstruction of Russia and the Task of
Labor"; hon. pres. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; Lithuanian Jew; mem. coun. Jt.
Com. on Unemp.; builder cooperative
houses, N.Y.C.; Berger Nat. Found.; Conf.
Prog. Pol. Act. campaign com. 1934; Roose-
velt appointee to Labor Advis. Bd. of N.R.
A. 1933.

HILLQUIT, MORRIS: real name Misca
Hilkowicz; born Russia; Socialist leader;
from 1904 intl. bureau Socialist Party (see
"Socialist Party" for his speech on split
bet. Socialists and Communists) ; was atty.
for Alex. Berkman, anarchist; anti-Govt.
"peace" worker during War; organizer of
infamous People's Council and Am. Lg. to
Limit Armaments; Emer. Peace Fed.; head
of legal dept., Soviet Bureau in U.S., 1919;
nat. com. A.C.L.U,; nat. coun. L.I.D. for

N.Y.; Nat. Mooney-Billings Com.; Fell.
Recon.; nat. com. World Ct. Com.; Non-
intervention Citiz. Com. 1927; Nat. Citiz.
Com. on Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; nat. com.
Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. 1922-25; Berger Nat.
Found. 1931; lecturer Rand Sch.; chmn.
nat. exec. com. of Socialist Party since 1900;
Fed. Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs. N.Y.C., 1933 ; died
Oct. 1933 ; Pres. Roosevelt sent condolences.

HILLS, R. 0.: com. Chr. Soc. Act. M.;
Casper, Wyo.

HILLYER, MARY W.: lecturer L.I.D. ;
assoc. ed. of "Revolt" of L.I.D.

HINDUS, MAURICE: author whose
Soviet propaganda books about Russia are
recommended by official Soviet agencies;
he is allowed to re-visit Russia each year;
his book "Broken Earth" ran serially in
the communist Daily Worker; he dedicated
his "Red Bread" to Glenn Frank, U. of
Wis. pres.

HOAN, DANIEL: Mayor of Milwaukee ;
nat. exec. com. Socialist Party; nat. chmn.
Lg. Against Fascism; Berger Nat. Found.

HOLCOMBE, ARTHUR N.: head dept.
govt. Harvard U.; Lg. for Org. Progress,
1931; Nat. Pop. Govt. Lg.; endors. "Pro-
fessional Patriots"; signer, Fell. Recon. Pet.
Russ. Recog. 1932.

HOLLY, WM. H.: lawyer; former law
partner of Wiley W. Mills and Clarence
Darrow; vice pres. A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.;
chmn. communist A.A.AJ. Lg. 1928; Am
Com. on Inf. about Russia; Chgo. Fell.
Faiths; Chgo. Forum Coun. 1928; chmn.
exec. com. Pub. Ownership Lg. of Am.;
mem. coun. Northwestern U. Settle-
ment; dir. City Club, Chgo.; atty.
for Nat. Worn. Tr. Un. Lg. and Am. Ted.
of Teachers; co-author (with Communist
Harry Cannes) of pamphlet on Criminal
Syndicalism; dir. Single Tax Lg. 1933;
Chgo. Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; sponsor
Berger Nat. Found, dinner, 1931; apptd.
Federal Dist. Judge by Pres. Roosevelt Dec.
1933; was permanent chmn. Hands Off
China Com. Chgo. (communist Daily Wkr.
6/16/27) ; Labor Defender, communist I.L.
D. organ (Oct. 1926, p. 184), listed under
"cash receipts for August 1926" the follow-
ing: "13920 William H. Holly, Chicago, 111.,

HOLMES, JESSE H.: Prof. Hist, of
Relig. and Phil., Swarthmore Coll. since
1900; bd. dir. L.I.D.; Russ. Reconst. Farms,
1925; exec. com. L.I.P.A.; Socialist cand.
Pa. 1932; Pa. Com. Total Disarm.; active
wkr. Society of Friends, especially in Sun.
sch. work; commr. for Am. Friends relief
work in Europe, 1920; edtl. contrib. A.
Lincoln Center "Unity," 1933; Peace Pa-

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triots; Nat. Save Our Schs. Com.; speaker
Fell. Faiths, 1933 ; vice chmn. A.C.L.U. Pa.
branch; Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. 1934.

dir. A.C.L.U. and acting chmn. during
Ward's absence, 1932; former Unitarian
minister, became "independent" in 1919;
pastor of Ch. of the Messiah, New York,
since 1907 (now called The Community
Church) ; Lusk report says he "changed
the name of his so-called church from
Church of the Messiah to Community
Church as an outward mark of his change
of heart from Christianity to Communism" ;
dir. Am. Un. Against Militarism 1917-9;
vice pres. N.A.A.C.P.; nat. coun. Pioneer
Youth of Am.; contrib. ed. "World To-
morrow," N.Y., and ed. "Unity," A. Lin-
coln Center, Chgo. (Lusk report says of
Holmes and others: "an insidious anti-
religious campaign is being carried on by
these men and their colleagues in such re-
views as the 'World Tomorrow' (N.Y.)
and 'Unity' (Chgo.)") ; endorser of atheist
Jos. Lewis pamphlet "Atheism" (see Free-
thought Press); Fell. Recon.; Am. Lg. to
Limit Arm.; Emer. Peace Fed.; Emer.
Com. Strik. Rel.; Recep. Com. Soviet Fly-
ers; vice chmn. Jt. Com. on Unemp.; Labor
Def. Coun. 1923 (now I.L.D.), defending
Communists arrested at Bridgman, Mich.;
Nat. World Ct. Com.; exec. com. Nat.
Sacco-V. Lg.; chmn. exec. com. W.R. Lg.;
his church a. meeting place for Communist
N.S. Lg. and I.L.D.; sister sec. of Boston
W.I.L.P.F.; Griffin Bill sponsor; II Nuovo
Mondo Nat. Com.; Lg. for Org. Prog.;
Fed. Unemp. Wkrs. Lgs. N.Y. (Borders)
1933; Non-intervention Citiz. Com. 1927;
Nat. R. & L. Found, exec. com. 1933;
Teachers' Union; lecturer Rand Sch.; con-
trib. ed. "Labor Age"; an officer of com-
munistic Commonwealth Coll.; nat. vice
pres. L.I.D.; Freethinkers Ingersoll Com.
1933; Russ Reconst. Farms, 1925; nat.
coun. Berger Nat. Found.; vice pres. with
Jane Addams, Mrs. F. D. Roosevelt, etc.,
of Nat. Cons. Lg., 1931; Cong. Exp. Radi-
cals; Intl. Com. Pol. Pris. 1933; nat. com.
F.S.U. 1934.

HOLT, ARTHUR E.: Congl. minister;
now Prof, of Social Ethics, Chgo. Theol.
Sem. and U. of Chgo. Div. Sch.; nat. sec.
of soc. edu. Congl. Chs.; Y.M.C.A. and
Y.W.C.A. consultant on foreign work 1929-
30; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933;
People's Legis. Serv.; advis. com. C.W.C.
on Unemp. (Borders) ; Non-Partz. Com.
Lillian Herstein 1932; chmn. milk com. of
City Club and agitator among farmers pre-
ceding the Jan. 1934 Chgo. milk strike.

HOLT, HAMILTON: pres. Rollins Coll.;
Open Road, 1933; pacifist; toured U.S.
speaking for Lg. to Enforce Peace.

HpOK, SIDNEY: Prof. N.Y.U.; Com-
munist Lg. P. G. for F. & F. 1932; nat.
com. W.C.A.W.; speaker at N.S. Lg. Conf.
at Community Church (John Haynes
Holmes') N.Y. 1932; N.C. to A.S.M.F.S.;
contrib. "New Masses"; instr. New Sch.
for Social Research; Prog. Edu. Assn. and
an author of its revolutionary manifesto;
Am. Com. for S.A.W.

Party nat. exec, com.; nat. com. W.R. Lg.
1931; vice chmn. Pa. Com. Total Disarm.;
home Reading, Pa.; nat. com. Lg. Against
Fascism 1933; mem. Penn. State Legis.

HOPE, JOHN: Pres. Atlanta U.; nat.
com. Nat. R. & L. Found. 1933 ; signer Fell.
Recon. Pet. Russ. Recog. 1932.

HOPKINS, J. A. H.: Cong. Exp. Radi-
cals; Russ. Reconst. Farms. 1925; Emer.
Com. Strik. Rel. 1933; mem. com. of ar-
rangements Nat. Farmer-Labor Party con-

HORTON, WALTER M.: Union Theol.
Sem. grad. and former prof.; L.I.P.A. ;
Prof. Theol., Oberlin Grad. Sch. of Theol.,
since 1926; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933 ; Oberlin, O.

HOSIE, LAWRENCE T.: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found.

HOUGH, LYNN HAROLD: pres. North-
western U., 1919-20; prof. Drew Theol.
Sem. since 1930; contrib. ed. "Christian
Century"; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; endors. World Peaceways; attacked
military training in letter of Detroit Coun.
of Churches, Jan. 1927; March 1928, sug-
gested D.A.R. be called Daughters of the
Ku Klux Klan.

HOWARD, MILTON: Communist writer
Intl. Pamphlets; book reviewer for "The
Communist"; Revol. Writers Fed.; con-
trib. to Daily Worker, Labor Unity.

HOWARD, SIDNEY: Communist; A.S.
C.R.R.; Nat. Coun. on Freedom from Cen-
sorship; Communist Lg. P. G. for F. & F.;
pres. communist Film Forum, N.Y. City;
Pulitzer Prize, 1925; spends much time in
Hollywood, Cal. ; A.C.L.U.

HOW AT, ALEX: A.A.A.I. Lg. nat. com.
1928; II Nuovo Mondo Nat. Com.; former
officer United Mine Wkrs. Un. in Kansas.

HOWE, FREDERIC C.: lawyer; for-
merly Prof, of Law; nat. com. A.C.L.U.;
nat. coun. L.I.D. for N.Y.; Conf. Prog.
Pol. Act.; former corres. Fed. Press; Peo-
ple's Legis. Serv.; Def. Com. I.W.W.; bd.
dir. Cooperative Lg. of Am.; Socialist;
communist sympathizer; was Commr. of


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Immigration, Port of N.Y., under Pres.
Wilson and resigned following Cong, in-
vestigation because of his "unauthorized
release of alien radicals held for deporta-
tion" (Record 66th Cong. pp. 1522-3) ;
Freethinkers Ingersoll Com.; wife in Jane
Addams' Women's Peace Party ; Cong. Exp.
Radicals; Single Tax Lg. 1896-1925; La
Follette supporter; nat. coun. Berger Nat.
Found. ; Roosevelt appointee as chmn. Con-
sumers' Bd. of AAA.

HOWE, QUINCY: nat. bd. dir. A.C.L.U.

HOWELL, CLARENCE V.: minister;
co-dir. with Ida Oatley Howell of Fell.
Recon. Trips, N.Y.; Emer. Com. Strik.
Rel.; Com. for Thomas 1929; dir. Harlem
Forums, N.Y. ; announced he was support-
ing Communist campaign 1932 (Christian
Century, Sept. 21, 1932), saying "I plan to
vote Communist"; nat. com. W.R. Lg.

HUDSON, MANLY O.: Prof. Harvard
Law Sch.; nat. coun. C.M.E. 1930; Garland
Fund Com. on Am. Imperialism; trustee
World Peace Found. ; Lg. of Nations propa-

HUDSON, ROY: Communist; nat. sec.
communist Marine Wkrs. Indust. Un. 1933 ;
U.S. Cong. Ag. War; contrib. ed. "Soviet
Russia Today"; communist Cleveland Tr.
Un. Conf., Aug. 1933; nat. com. F.S.U.

HUEBSCH, B. W.: bd. dir. and treas.
nat. A.C.L.U.; mem. Ford Peace Party;
Socialist; Am. Neut. Conf. Com.; Nat.
Coun. on Freedom from Censorship; treas.
Sacco-V. Nat. Lg.; Com. for Thomas 1929;
ed. "Freeman"; Cong. Exp. Radicals.

ist; formerly Eng. teacher N.Y.C. high
schs.; head of coop, annex, Textile High
Sch., N.Y.C. since 1928; teacher of econ.,
Rand Sch. 1910-21; frequent Socialist cand.
for major office; bd. dir. L.I.D. since 1909;
sec. W.R. Lg. since foundation; exec. com.
Fell. Recon. 1923; vice chmn. Women's
Peace Soc.; W.R. Intl.; author of books on
Socialism; Com. for Thomas 1929.

HUGHES, HATCHER: asst. prof. Eng-
lish, U. of N. C. since 1922 ; address: Men's
Faculty Club, Columbia U.; chmn. Nat.
Coun. on Freedom from Censorship of

munist author; Communist Lg. P. G. for
F. & F. 1932 ; mem. Negro Delg. to Russia
to study Communism 1932 ; Nat. Com.
Def. Pol. Pris.; Scottsboro Unity Def.
Com.; staff "New Masses"; sponsor San
Francisco Wkrs. Sch. 1933; Intl. Un. Revol.
Writers; perm, contrib. Intl. Lit.; Revol.

Writers Fed.; Wkrs. Cultural Fed. (com-
munist) ; lectured at U. of N.C. 1932 ; de-
ported from Japan, 1933; Lg. Strugg.
Negro Rts.; nat. com. F.S.U. 1934.

HUISWOOD, OTTO: Communist Negro
leader; contrib. to "The Communist";
chmn. Negro Tr. Un. Com. of the R.I.L.U.

vice chmn. L.IP.A.; chmn. nat. bd. W.I.L.
P.F., 1933; nat. coun. C.M.E.; Emer. Peace
Fed.; war time "peace" worker; endorser
Lane Pamphlet ; Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. camp,
com. 1934.

HULL, WM. I.: prof. Swarthmore Coll.
since 1904; Rand School; Cong. Exp. Radi-
cals; trustee Church Peace Union; wife is
Hannah Clothier Hull; spkr. at Oct. 1933
jt. Fell. Recon. and W.I.L.P.F., Swarth-
more conference; chmn. Pa. Com. Total

of New Eng. Congl. Ch., Chgo., which is
meeting place for C.W.C. on Unemp. (Bor-
ders) ; speaker at radical meeting in church
Oct. 21, 1932; radical Forum conducted in
church 1932; Communist took charge of
"Hunger March" meeting held in church
Oct. 20, 1932; studied at Union Theol.
Sem.; for three years a student at Oxford
U.; led debate in behalf of pacifists at meet-
ing of Northwestern U. Chapter of L.I.D. ,
held on campus Mar. 23, 1933, at which
students by vote of 68 to 17 adopted slacker
resolution declaring that they would not
"under any circumstances take part in in-
ternational war to defend the Constitution
of the United States." (Chgo. Herald-Ex-
aminer, Mar. 24, 1933).

HUNT, HENRY T.: an ex-mayor of
Cincinnati, active in Red Passaic strike;
Nat. Coun. Prot. For. Born Wkrs. since
1927; nat. sec. Nat. Mooney-Billings Com.
of A.C.L.U.; Pris. Relief Fund of I.L.D.
1932; Sacco-V. Nat. Lg. 1928; treas. Peo-
ple's Lobby, 1933; endors. "Professional
Patriots"; Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers;
Emer. Peace Fed.; Fell. Recon.; Jt. Com.
on Unemp.; Roosevelt appointee as Gen.
Counsel Fed. Emer. Admin. Public Wks.

HUNTER. ALLAN A.: pastor Mt.
Hollywood Community Ch., Los A., Cal.
since 1926; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933 ; one of com. of seven calling on
Mayor of Los A. to protest against attacks
on Communists (Daily Wkr., Oct. 13,

pres. Intl. Coun. of Women of Darker
Races; com. U.S. Cong. Ag. War; nat.

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chmn. Inter-Racial com. W.I.L.P.F.; Brook-
lyn, N.Y.

HURST, FANNIE: author; Freethink-
ers Ingersoll Com. 1933; Griffin Bill spon-
sor; M.W.D. Def. Com.; Nat. Coun. Free-
dom from Censorship of A.C.L.U.; Nat.
Mooney-Billings Com.; supporter Rand
Sch., 1933; nat. coun. Berger Nat. Found.;
W.I.L.P.F.; artists' and writers' Com. for
Thomas, 1929; Conf. Prog. Pol. Act. cam-
paign com. 1934; advis. coun. for Inde-
pendent Com. for Recog. Russ., March,
1933; Communist Ella Winter signs herself
as "sec. to Fanny Hurst" in Jewish "Sen-
tinel," Dec. 28, 1933.

HUTCHINS, GRACE : Communist ;
writer for Intl. Pamphlets; mem. coun. and
exec. com. Fell. Recon. from 1921; sec.
Fellowship Press from 1924; Pris. Rel.
Fund (I.L.D.) ; staff Labor Research Assn.;
Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers; N.C. to A.S.M.
F.S.; contrib. ed. "Labor Defender" and
"New Pioneer"; teacher in Wuchang,
China, 1912-6; Nat. Com. Def. of Pol.
Pris. 1932; John Reed Club.

"Roosevelt Appointees"; pres. U. of Chgo.;
teacher of course including Marxism and
Leninism, and defender of Communism as
a recognized U. of Chgo. student activity,
on the ground that the Party is allowed on
the ballot; opponent of Baker anti-sedition
Bills at Springfield, 1933; endorser of
Roosevelt's "Brain Trust" of radicals; spkr.
with Norman Thomas and Mordecai Eze-
kiel, Oct. 30, 1933, at radical Hirsch Cen-
ter Forum; signer of testimonial to Ein-
stein (Standard Club, Chgo., March 1933) ;
N.A.A.C.P. Chgo.; vice chmn. Nat. Coun.
on Radio in Education; signed published
appeal for Sacco-V. ; Com. on Cultural Rel.
Lat. Am. A Chgo. Daily News headline
(3/17/34) said, "Hutchms Put on Moscow
Board," referring to his appointment to the
National Advisory Council of the Anglo-
American Institute, "which will operate a
school at Moscow University this summer."

HUTCHINSON, PAUL: minister; grad.
Garrett Biblical Inst.; mg. ed. radical
"Christian Century" since 1924; A.C.L.U.
Chgo. Com.; pres. Chgo. Chapter and nat.
coun. L.I.D.; Chr. Soc. Act. M. 1932 exec,
com.; author "World Revolution and Re-
ligion" 1931, published by official Methodist
Abingdon Press; advis. com. C.W.C. on
Unemp. (Borders) 1932; was treas. Chgo.
"Hands Off China" Com. of the A.A.A.I.
Lg. 1927; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; Chgo. Emer. Com. Strik. Rel.; en-
dors. "Professional Patriots"; sponsor Ber-

ger Nat. Found, dinner, 1931; home Win-
netka, 111.

HYDE, MAXWELL: endors. Communist
platform and candidates (Daily Wkr., Sept.
14, 1932) ; Nat. Com. Def. Pol. Pris.; Nat.
Com. to Aid Vic. G. Fascism.

HYMAN, LOUIS: Communist Party
central com.; chmn. Needle Tr. Wkrs. In-
dust. Un.; Nat. Mooney Coun. Act.; delg.
to Russia, 1932 ; mem. bd. of I.C.O.R.

ICKES, HAROLD L.: radical Republi-
can ; now socialistic Democrat ; Pres. Roose-
velt's Secy, of Int.; dir. Util. Cons, and
Inv. Lg.; Pub. O. Lg. of Am.; A.C.L.U.
supporter; Chgo. Forum Council (pres.
1926-7) ; spkr. Chgo. Feb. 24, 1934, under
111. Lg. Worn. Voters auspices, attacking
"individualism" and upholding socialistic
"New Deal" policies; wife Repub. mem.
111. Legis.; home Winnetka, 111.

Com. Rel. Lat. Am. 1927; Non-interven-
tion Citiz. Com. 1927; Garland Fund Com.
on Am. Imperialism; contrib. ed. "World

IRWIN, JOHN C: exec. com. Chr. Soc.
Act. M.; Meth. Ch. hdqts., Chgo.

IRWIN, WILL: vice chmn. N.C. for P.
W.; Nat. Citiz. Com. on Rel. Lat. Am.
1927; wife Inez Haynes Irwin on Nat.
Mooney-Billings Com.

ISE, JOHN: U. of Kans.; nat. coun.
L.I.D. for Kansas; writer L.I.D. pamphlets.

ISRAEL, EDW. L.: Rabbi; nat. coun.
L.I.D. for Maryland; exec. bd. N.C. for
P.W. ; exec. com. and book editor Nat. R.
& L. Found. 1933-4; mem. coun. Jt. Com.
on Unemp.; chmn. Social Service Commis-
sion of Central Conference of Rabbis and
ed. of its Bulletin; Nat. Citiz. Corn. Rel.
Lat. Am. 1927; nat. com. Lg. Against
Fascism, 1933; People's Lobby coun.; con-
trib. ed. "World Tomorrow"; nat. com.
W.R. Lg. ; nat. coun. Berger Nat. Found.;
A.A. for O.A.S.; L.I.P.A.; Conf. Prog. Pol.
Act. camp. com. 1934.

JACKSON, A. L.: A.C.L.U. Chgo. Com.

nist; advis. com. Chgo. Wkrs. School, 1932
(for teaching revolution) ; harangued Mel-
rose Park rioters 1932 ; Communist cand.
Aid. 5th Ward, Chgo., 1933 and endorsed
by Robt. Morss Lovett, A. Eustace Hay-
don, Martin Sprengling, and F. L. Schuman,
all U. of Chgo. professors, and by all Chgo.
Communist organizations; org. sec. T.U.
U.L. 1933.


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branch exec, com.; leader Intourist tour
U.S.S.R. 1933.

JEFFREY, CECELIA I.: nat. com. Nat.
R. & L. Found.

ROGERS): exec. sec. communist Office
Wkrs. Un., Chgo.; arrested 1933-4.

JENKINS, NEWTON: lawyer; Chgo.; a
LaFollette ''Progressive Republican" (so-
cialistic) ; given chief credit for Pres. Roose-
velt's appointment of Wm. H. Holly to
Federal Bench; sponsor of 1931 dinner of
Berger Nat. Found.; editor "Broadcaster,"
official organ "Progressive Republican"
Movement of U.S.A. printed at Marissa,
111. (by the same presses that print the
"Progressive Miner," organ of the radical
Progressive Miners Union) ; closely allied
with Secy. Ickes; sponsoring complete Cook
County ticket, April 1934 primary, includ-
ing Annetta Dieckmann and Wiley W.
Mills (see "Who's Who").

I.D.; advis. com. C.W.C. on Unemp.

JENSON, PETER: chmn. System Fed.
130; Com. on Inf. about Russia; A.A.A.I.
Lg. Chgo.; pres. Machinist Lodge 492 of
A. F. of L.

JESMER, S.: treas. A.S.C.R.R., Chgo.;
vice pres. Amalg. T. & S. Bank, Chgo.

JOHANSSEN, ANTON: bus. agt. Chgo.
Carpenters Dist. Coun.; gen. org. Amalg.
Cloth. Wkrs. of Am. 1919-22; canvassed
U.S. in defense of dynamiters McNamara
and Tom Mooney, and others; contrib. to
"Workers' Voice" (Chgo. Communist pa-
per) ; sold I.L.D. coupons to aid Com-
munists arrested in Chgo. for seditious ac-
tivities; born Germany.

JOHNS, ORRICK: Communist Lg. P.
G. for F. & F.; author poem, "They are
Ours," New Masses, Dec. 1932; tchr. Cur-
rent Literature, Wkrs. School (Western
Wkr. Jan. 2, 1933) ; spkr. at Stockton, Cal.
meeting for repeal of criminal syndicalism

JOHNSON, ARNOLD: divinity student
at Union Theol. Sem. N.Y.C. ; arrested and
jailed, while representing the A.C.L.U., with
Jessie Wakefield of the Communist I.L.D. ,
on criminal syndicalism charges at Harlan,
Ky., 1932; corres. Fed. Press; now on staff
of Nat. R. & L. Found., "organizing the
unemployed into Unemployed Citizens
Leagues and for the purpose of making
hunger marches. . . . He is now working in
Ohio." (from "Economic Justice," official
bulletin of Nat. R. & L. Found., Feb. 1933) ;
speaker at L.I.D. conference; delg. Cleve-
land Tr. Un. Conf. (communist) 1933.

JOHNSON, EDWIN C.: exec. com. W.R.
Lg.; sec. C.M.E.; signer call for World
Cong. Youth Ag. War and Fascism; an
organizer of a special committee for de-
fense of expelled radicals at City Coll. of

nat. com. A.C.L.U.; sec. N.A.A.C.P.; dir.
Garland Fund; L.I.P.A.; C.M.E., nat.
coun.; advisor Pioneer Youth of America;
endors. Lane Pamphlet; home N.Y.

JOHNSON, MERCER G.: nat. coun.
L.I.D. for Wash., D.C.; Griffin Bill spon-
sor; Nat. Save Our Schs. Com.

JOHNSON, OAKLEY: Prof. City Coll.
of N.Y. dismissed recently; sec. Am. Com.
for S.A.W.; exec. sec. John Reed Club
(Communist); sec. Am. com. W.C.A.W.;
Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers; Pris. Rel. Fund
(I.L.D.) ; with "Hunger Marchers," Wash.,
1932; supporter N.S. Lg.

JOHNSTON, WM. H.: Socialist; pres.
Intl. Assn. Machinists since 1911; lecturer
Rand Sch.; nat. coun. L.I.D.; sec.-treas.
People's Legis. Serv.; exec. com. A.C.L.U.;
chmn. orig. Conf. Prog. Pol. Act.: accused
of saying he "sees great advantages in the
establishment of a Soviet Govt. in the U.S."
(Whitney's "Reds in America").

JOHNSTONE, JACK: Communist Party
Dist. No. 5 org. and mem. Party cent, com.;
Pittsburg; Nat. Mooney Coun. of Action,

JONES, PAUL: Student pastor, Antioch
Coll.; nat. coun. L.I.D. for Ohio; sec. Fell.
Ream, from 1920 on; chmn. Recon. Trips
from 1923 on ; resigned under pressure as
Prot. Episc. Bishop of Utah, 1918, because
of radical pacifism; contrib. ed. "World
Tomorrow"; org. infamous People's Coun.;
Peace Patriots; Emer. Peace Fed.; Socialist;
Communist sympathizer; was first pres. of
the Church Socialist Lg. (1911) and the
field sec. of the Lg.; active in conf. of
A.A.A.I. Lg. (Daily Worker, Dec. 14, 1926) ;
Nat. Citiz. Com. for Sacco and V. 1927;
spoke at Communist Sacco-V. meeting and
used language inciting to violence (N.Y.
Times, April 17. 1927); signed Sacco-V.
telegram to Pres. (Boston Post, Aug. 21,
1927); Hands Off China Com. 1927; Non
Intervention Citiz. Com. 1927; aided I.W.
W.'s in efforts to raise funds for striking
Colo, miners 1927-28; has spoken frequently
at Communist meetings; Emer. Com. Strik.
Rel. 1933 ; nat. com. Nat. R. & L. Found.
1933; Recep. Com. Soviet Flyers; nat.
coun. Berger Nat. Found.; Peace Patriots;
nat. com. W.R. Lg.; seat in Episc. Hse. of
Bishops reported restored (Chgo. Daily
News, 3/3/34).

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